From the nature surrounding the Piaget Manufacture of La Côte-aux-Fées to the heart of the movement, the inspirational and historical colour green meets the Piaget Polo in two new models – the Piaget Polo Date and the Piaget Polo Skeleton.
The Colour Green
Green symbolizes the power of nature and the celebration of life. It is the predominant colour expressed in the vibrant nature surrounding the Piaget manufacture and has always been an inspiration for the Maison.
Green emerged to dominate the creative colour pallet in the early 1960s. The Maison sought out jade, jasper, malachite, and emeralds for their uniqueness, and Piaget began to adorn its most elegant masterpieces with stones of this colour, adding an extra touch of boldness to both masculine and feminine collections. The artisans of the Maison still draw inspiration from this green colour scheme today, bringing it to life with their skill and imagination to create items that are both daring and fashionable.
New Stunning Timepieces
The Piaget Polo Date and Piaget Polo Skeleton models are given a burst of this vibrant colour, adding a new level of boldness to the collection. The Piaget Polo Date’s rose gold case contrasts with the green-hued godrons patterns on the dial, and the Piaget Polo Skeleton’s green bridges give the skeleton’s architectural lines new elegance and brightness.
Skeletonization, the meticulous stripping away of dials and movements to their bare essentials in order to reveal the true mechanical beating heart of a watch, is one of the finest examples of horological art.
In order to combine style with trustworthy functionality, making a skeleton watch demands vision, confidence, and the enormous expertise and experience of many specialists. For this genre, the brand has gained notoriety for more than fifty years.
These two new Piaget Polo editions catch the light in all their beauty, taking the collection into a new territory of expression for trendsetters who love design, and elegance, and want to share their shade of bold.
About The Brand
The brand is the personification of risk-taking creativity, which has permeated the Maison from its founding in 1874. Georges-Edouard Piaget dedicated himself to creating high-precision movements from his initial workshop in La Côte-aux-Fées, laying the groundwork for our forerunner name.
Piaget introduced the ultra-thin movements in the late 1950s, which would later become Maison’s signature and the foundation of the Altiplano collection. The brand was a true inventor in the watch and jewellery industries who firmly believed in the significance of creativity and the arts. Master artisans continue to use uncommon techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation behind the walls of their “Ateliers de l’Extraordinaire,” transforming gold, stones, and precious gems into stunning works of art.
The Maison has produced symbols of daring perfection funnelled into its collections, including Altiplano, Polo, Limelight Gala, Possession, Sunlight, Rose, and Extremely Piaget, via its pursuit of masterful craftsmanship.
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